Titanic: Honor and Glory Switches Engine, Will Be Now Powered By Unreal Engine 4

Four Funnels Entertainment has announced that Titanic: Honor and Glory – a game that amazed everyone with its glorious visuals – will be no longer powered by Crytek’s CRYENGINE. Instead, the team has switched to Epic’s latest next-gen engine, the Unreal Engine 4.

As the team wrote on its official website:

“Coinciding with the announcement [Unreal Engine 4], we are announcing that over the recent stages of the development, we have been working exclusively with this engine, before its release, to develop this project to its full potential. All of our recent in-game images that have been released have also been in Unreal.”

Titanic: Honor and Glory is an action/adventure/mystery video game. Players will get to sail aboard the Titanic, experience the world of 1912, interact with passengers and crew, see the ship from all angles, explore every deck and room of the ship, and finally, in the end of the game, you get to experience the sinking in real-time.


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